While a lot like the normal Header stack, the Page Header stack is geared toward displaying your Site Title, Site Slogan, or Page Title.
Choose what you’d like to use for the page header. You can choose from using the RapidWeaver Site Title, Site Slogan or Page Title. You also have the ability to use your own Custom text if you wish.
Choose which tag should be associated with your header. HTML uses a series of specialized tags relating to headers. This option allows you to select the right tag for your particular use. The more important the information on the page the larger the header should be.
The Display setting allows you to tell the Header stack that the text should be supersized. You’re given 4 different supersized variations to choose from.
Chose to display your Page Header in all uppercase letters.
Remove Base Margin
Allows you to disable the preset standard spacing that is applied to the bottom of the Page Header stack.
Opt to have a secondary label for your Page Title. You can choose to have your Site Slogan or Page Title as your Secondary Label, or use your Custom text instead.
Allows you to grey out the secondary text, giving a visual cue that it is less important than the main Page Header text.
Allows you to set the justification of the Header text. You can set the alignment to Left, Center or Right.
Link to Homepage
Adds a link to the home page of your site. The home page is determined by RapidWeaver as being the page you’ve designated as the Home Page in the pages list.
Use Override Font
This option lets you choose a custom font for your branding text, whether that be your Site Title or Custom text. When this feature is disabled the font for your branding text is pulled from the Control Center headers settings.
Choose what weight you wish your font to be. The higher the number the more bold the font will be. If using the Typeface stack for your font choice be sure that you are loading the font weight you wish to use within the Typeface stack.
Select which font you wish to use to override the branding text. You can select from a few preselected fonts, or you can opt for a custom font. A custom font can be normal web-safe fonts or you can use Google Fonts. If you opt for Google Fonts the code to call the font from the Google server is automatically generated.
Beginning in v220.127.116.11 of Foundry you also have the option of using the Typeface stack for setting your Page Header font.
Allows you to specify a fallback when using the Override Font feature. This lets browsers have a standard font to default to if the visitor’s browser does not support a font or if the visitor does not have that font installed. The standard fallback fonts would be either serif or sans-serif.
Set the font weight for your branding text with a simple slider.
Custom Line Height
Use Foundry’s default line height of 1.2 times the font-size or enable the Custom Line Height option and set your own line height.
Set the amount of space between each letter in your Page Header.
Custom Font Sizes
Manually choose the size of your Page Header text. You are able to set a different font size for the Page Header at each of the 3 responsive breakpoints.
Choose from one of Foundry’s color presets or make use of custom color pickers to style the header and secondary text.
Starting with Foundry v2 we've added the following Header Styles: